Gaoth Dobhair and St Eunan’s in the AllSportStore.com Division One League is the top game in the All-County League this weekend.
Gaoth Dobhair top the table, just a point ahead of St Eunan’s and Kilcar. They meet in O’Donnell on Saturday evening.
They have met already this season in the opening game in the league. That game was in Magheragallon and it ended in a high scoring draw, 3-14 each.
St Michael’s and Dungloe meet at the Bridge. St Michael’s, who are expected to be without the injured Mark Anthony McGinley, Christy Toye and Colm McFadden, will be going all out to turn the tables on the men from the Rosses, who took the full points from their 2-11 to 1-5 win in Dungloe.
Naomh Conaill and Ardara are meeting for the second time in six days in Davy Brennan Memorial Park on Saturday evening. Naomh Conaill won Monday’s Comórtas Peil Na Gaeltachta final 3-14 to 3-8 with Ethan O’Donnell and Dermot ‘Brick’ Molloy putting in big shifts.
Tomás Boyle and Declan Gavigan picked up injuries in that game to add to Ardara’s lengthy injury list.
Kilcar and Termon meet for the first time in Towney with the locals expected to maintain their winning running.
Glenswilly are surprisingly propping up the Division One table and are still chasing their first win after five defeats. They host last year’s Intermediate champions Realt Na Mara, Bundoran at Pairc Naomh Columba. Realt Na Mara have one win from their six games.
In Division Two, Sean MacCumhaills and Four Masters, the early pacesetters, are expected to maintain their good start when they entertain Glenfin and Naomh Columba.
Also in Division Two Cloughaneely entertain Milford in St Finian’s Park, in a north west derby clash.
Naomh Muire are home to St Naul’s at the Banks and Malin make the long trek of the weekend to play Killybegs in Fintra.
Naomh Brid, Fanad Gaels, Downings, Aodh Ruadh, Naomh Ultan are the favourites to take the points in their clashes with Naomh Colmcille, Urris, Buncrana, Letterkenny Gaels and Burt in Division Three.
The smart money is on Carndonagh, Red Hugh’s, Naomh Padraig, Lifford and Na Rossa in their ties with Pettigo, Moville, Convoy and Robert Emmetts, in Division Four.
Na Rossa and Carndonagh also meet on Sunday in Division Four with Na Rossa expected to chalk up a second win of the weekend.